Desktop & Application Virtualization

Securely access your desktop and applications from anywhere, on any device, at any time.

Your employees need access to their tools whether they are at their desk, in the field, or working from home. By virtualisation, we can deliver to your employees a modern desktop experience!

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Features

The modern workforce is increasingly a remote and mobile workforce. To gain access to the systems and applications it needs to get their jobs, the workforce needs a cloud enabled virtual desktop service which can be accessed from anywhere, at any time, by any device.

Best Virtualised End-user Experience

Desktop as a Service designed to work with Office. Keep your workforce productive with Windows 10 and Office 365 apps that perform as if on a locally hosted desktop

Efficient and Simplified Management

Single service support for both desktop and remote applications. Easy to set up new employees and manage applications across user groups. Information Services (IIS) installed.

Enhanced Security

Built in the cloud, security comes standard and is easy to set up. You can can easily control access to sensitive company and customer information and be confident it is secure.

Remote work just got better with virtualization

Workplace Flexibility

Employees and team members are able to access desktops and applications regardless of their location, situation or device. With over 87 percent of organisation now relying on employees to use personal devices for at least one application and the increasing shift to remote work, accessing the same technology without expensive installs is remarkable. A common problem that most SMBs face is employees downloading software or other potentially risky items. Desktop virtualization allows the administrator to set permissions, preventing these documents carrying Trojan horses from residing on the system.

Quicker Disaster Recovery

With data stored in a centralised location, safe and backed up regularly; you no longer have to rely on stationary computers that might be lost or damaged in a disaster. Readily access data to minimise downtime and potential damages during recovery.